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Kvbc-lp

For the NBC station that former callsign in Las Vegas, Nevada, see KSNV-DT.
KVBC-LP
Reedley/Fresno, California
Channels Digital: KVBC-LP: 26 (UHF)
Virtual: 13
Affiliations

13.0/54.1 Tvida Vision
13.1/ Me-TV Simulcast w/KGMC 43.6
13.2/ Heartland
13.3/ Movies!
13.4/ Retro TV
13.5/ BizTV
13.6/Youtoo TV
13.7/Tuff TV
13.8/Untamed Sports TV
13.9/FamilyNet
13.10/PBJ

[1][2]
Owner Cocola Broadcasting
Former affiliations HTV, Almavision
Website www.cocolatv.com

KVBC-LP (channel 26, virtual channel 13) and KVVG-LD channel 54 are Tvida Vision affiliates for the Fresno, California television market, presenting religious programming for Spanish-speaking viewers. Both stations are owned by Cocola Broadcasting.

KVBC-LP was originally KCWB-LP affiliated with HTV, a Spanish-language music video channel in the early-2000s. In 2005, KCWB flipped to Almavision until mid-summer, when they became an affiliate of the new Tvida Vision network.

On March 20, 2014 KVBC-LD launched with 10 digital channels.

KVVG-LD started out as KVVG-LP, an affiliate of Almavision for the Visalia area in early 2005. Formerly on channel 31, it later moved to channel 54. KVVG-LP is changed to Tvida Vision in mid-2005. As of 2011, the station converted to a digital signal, as KVVG-LD.

The KVVG calls were originally used on a DuMont affiliate on channel 27 in Tulare in the 1950s.

References

  1. ^ The Movies! Diginet Adds Nine Affiliates
  2. ^ "Stations for Network - Movies!"

External links

  • Query the FCC's TV station database for KVBC-LP
  • Query the FCC's TV station database for KVVG-LD
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